Yes, people around the world earn additional income through their Amway business. In fact, Amway has paid more than $63 billion in bonuses and incentives to its distributors (Amway Business Owners) since the company’s founding in 1959.
As with any sales business, the income you earn is based on successful efforts resulting in product sales. The amount of time put into the Amway business varies greatly from person to person, so the income varies as well.
The question for most people is what kind of income am I looking for? Not just in terms of income level, but also immediate income vs. long term sustainability. For most people, Amway is usually a part-time “side gig”, but not something like Uber or Air BnB. While Uber can be an immediate payoff (pickup – drive – get paid), Amway is a business where someone can earn income, more predictably, over time. If an Amway Business Owner is successful in developing a team that collectively sells more products, they receive compensation for doing so and the business can become stronger and a more reliable source of income.
Amway does not position itself as being a primary income source for most people. The majority of Amway Business Owners run their businesses part-time to make a little extra money to support themselves and their families, or to reach a specific financial goal. If their business grows and they develop experience, they may choose to put more time into Amway and consider making it their full-time job and primary source of income.